By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org
Helen Krieble says she will never forget the day that the federal government’s black helicopters and armed agents swooped down on her equestrian facility in central Colorado.
They came in — unannounced — by the dozens, with batons drawn and police dogs snarling at the end of their leashes.
Krieble remembers the agents searching through [...]
By Jon Cassidy | Watchdog.org
In his novel “The Tortilla Curtain,” T.C. Boyle writes about a coyote that prowls the border between nature and the outer suburbs, sneaking into back yards to snack on pets.
If you know the geography of Southern California, where the wealthy are forever building neighborhoods farther up into the canyons, it’s easy [...]
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX – A part of Arizona’s 2010 immigration law aimed at day laborers and employers who hire them is unconstitutional and unenforceable, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the state’s argument that it can make it a crime for someone looking for work [...]
By Ana Campoy | The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. Border Patrol in South Texas is picking up a growing number of undocumented immigrants from Central America, overwhelming consulates that deal with deportations and provide assistance to their countrymen.
In the Rio Grande Valley sector, which stretches from the tip of Texas to southwest of Houston, the [...]
FREDERICKSBURG – A new study suggests that pro-immigration Republicans are not garnering the support of Hispanic voters, and that amnesty programs backfire on GOP moderates at the polls.
George Hawley, a political science professor at the University of Houston, found:
Latinos living in congressional districts with pro-immigration Republican incumbents were no more likely to support the [...]Read More →